· FMOS implementation and maintenance
1. Responsible for preparing (foundational work) , deploying, monitoring, reporting and Project Management of the FMOS deployment at a site.
2. Leads and facilitates site communication, education and training.
3. Leads site pre-analysis that includes base-lining operational and financial measurements.
4. Seeks opportunities to develop own FMOS knowledge.
5. Orchestrates the use of embedded site resources.
6. Drive continuous improvement.
7. Monitors maturity scorecards and develop actions to lead site through maturity phases.
8. Continually challenge conventional thinking, drive accountability for site or functional results and deployment, and sustain the application of the FMOS
9. Teaches continuous improvement thinking, both leading and coaching others to lead, Kaizen events daily.
10. Participates on the Site FMOS Steering Team.
11. Support continuous improvement following implementation.
12. Excellent Organizational / Technical skills, serves as change agent with the plant.
13. Key mentor and coach of improvement for Team Leaders
14. Identify and share best practices from inside and outside of the plant with other plants within the group and with other Business Units. Contributes to the FMOS SharePoint site by sharing examples/Best Practices.
· Continuous Improvement Process
15. Model and coach a drive towards perfection in order to instill a continuous improvement mindset throughout the plant.
16. Lead the FMOS deployment strategy for the plant, including suppliers and customers.
17. Support Policy Deployment, the implementation of the plant’s future state “vision” at all levels of plant operation
18. Coordinate and assist Kaizen teams in the definition of continuous improvement projects planning concerning scope, time, quality, budget, milestones, allocation of resources, etc.
19. Assess the site’s needs and requirements for FMOS training and develop a training concept for the site.
20. Align training with the FMOS standard materials.
21. Identify and develop/coach Internal Trainers on basic Lean tools.
22. Participate in the hiring and assessment process of people involved in the FMOS and production.
23. Participate in the APQP process to ensure that relevant FMOS practices are considered and deployed.
24. Participate in the development of specifications for new equipment to comply with Lean FMOS principles.
1. Successful candidates must possess a strong manufacturing background, combined with an aptitude for training and leadership. Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Manufacturing is desirable. Previous experience in a Lean Manufacturing environment is required as well as Lean implementation.
2. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and have the ability to work in a team environment with little guidance.
· Specific Skills
1. Strong Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing (or similar) tools and philosophies.
2. Strong oral and written communications skills.
3. Experience of 5+ years in Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering.
4. Must be able to speak English + the local language.
5. Strong Mathematical and analytical aptitude – demonstrate problem solving capacity.
6. Ability to think analytically and critically but also engage empirically and pragmatically.
7. Ability to work both in teams and independently.
9. Creative and innovative thinking.
10. Must have project management experience skills.
11. Ability to motivate / energize others, has excellent teaming and interpersonal skills.
12. Must have proven ability (history) of getting breakthrough results through improvement tools and techniques.
13. Must have significant cycles of learning & conducting kaizen events + problem solving.
14. High energy, positive "can-do" mindset.
15. Leads by “Go and Do” & “Go and See” philosophy.
16. Task oriented & result driven change agent, constantly challenging conventional thinking, approach and methodology.
17. Develop strategy and translate into actionable plans & drive change through influence.
18. Ability to communicate lean and six sigma principles to all levels, internal and external, technical and non-technical.